David Duong, MD, MPH Deputy Director of the Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change, Harvard Medical School
David Duong, MD, MPH is currently the Deputy Director of the Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change at Harvard Medical School and Associate Director of Partnerships and Health Systems for the Partnership for Health Advancement in Vietnam, a Harvard Medical School Global Program. In these two positions, David leads the formation and continued engagement with private sector partners, country governments and multilateral organizations to create an ecosystem for productive and meaningful partnerships which improve human resources for health training and health service delivery, focused around primary care strengthening and transformation. In 2018, David was recognized by the World Health Organizations as one of 21 Young Leaders in Primary Healthcare; he is also a former Fulbright Scholar. David is a primary care physician at the Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, where he also did his Internal Medicine Residency. David earned both his Bachelor’s Degree and Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan, and a Medical Doctorate from Harvard Medical School.